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backhouse, back building

1. A privy or outhouse.
2. A structure that stands behind a building to which it is a subsidiary.
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Mr Backhouse had his own private airfield, and it is believed the nine-seater light aircraft took off from the grass airfield close to the M56 motorway at about 5.
Mr Backhouse slit the stitching with his penknife and when he looked inside, he recalled: "Oooh, it looks like there's rather a lot of gold in this.
Tuner Martin Backhouse with the piano in which he found a stash of gold.
Alexander, 22, was in the back seat of the Renault Clio as Backhouse drove home from Hampshire.
Backhouse - convicted of selling ketamine and mephedrone in the months following his friend's death - drove almost 240 miles after the rave and had almost made it home to Scarborough, North Yorks, when his Renault Clio ended up in a ditch at Tadcaster.
Spennymoor's relentless pressure continued in the second period and Backhouse saved magnificently from Lewis Dodds and Chris Mason.
Lightcliffe Golf Club Ladies staged their Ladies prize |presentation dinner and the winners were (from left) Jane Bedford, Georgia Holden, Hannah Holden, Sarah Wickens, Jane Schofield, Sue Featherstone, Elaine Backhouse, Julia Sunderland and Karen Tyler.
Andrew Backhouse, seven, of Acklam, showing off his sparkler |skills on November 5, 1979, in Middlesbrough, above
Backhouse helped establish the Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF), the London Battered Women's Advocacy Clinic and the Feminist History Society.
The team, consisting of general manager DJ Flanders, senior teaching professional Tim Backhouse and teaching professionals Chris McDonnell and Craig Brown got off to a slow start after only birdying four out of the first nine holes.
ROYAL Golf Club senior teaching professional Tim Backhouse continued his stranglehold on the ECCO Monday Stableford series after beating off the challenge of rival Andy Weiser in the latest competition.